Although the operations of many businesses and organizations have been brought to a crashing halt due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ISET has refused to allow the crisis to hinder its work. Over the last few months, all teaching and academic activity have been shifted online using Zoom, a format which works equally well for operations of ISET Policy Institute and its efforts to serve as a knowledge accumulation and exchange platform in the lock-down. The online high-level Policy Panel Discussion on April 21 on 'Perspectives of Post-COVID-19 Recovery: Views from the World Regions' well served this objective.

Hosted by ISET Director Tamar Sulukhia, the high-level panel was composed of Arup Banerji, World Bank Director for the European Union; Martin Raiser, World Bank Director for China, Mongolia and Korea; and Natia Turnava, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.

International School of Economics at TSU (ISET) and its Policy Institute are launching Series of International Policy Panels online. Online Policy Panels will bring together distinguished economists, policy-makers, private sector leaders, and academics from various world regions to discuss acute and challenging local and global policy issues and facilitate sharing best practices across regions.

The first international policy panel discussion in the Series - Perspectives of Post COVID-19 Recovery – views from the world regions – will bring together top expert views on the post-pandemic recovery and economic development. ISET is honored to present our distinguished panelists who will cover perspectives from across the globe and Georgia:

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